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After two years, San Bernardino County selects consultant for memorial to honor victims of terrorist attack

By in Press Enterprise on December 2, 2017

By Joe Nelson

The San Bernardino County Administrative Office has finally selected a consultant to assist with design proposals for a memorial to honor victims of the Dec. 2, 2015, terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center.

A special committee headed by county Supervisor Josie Gonzales has already established that the memorial will be located somewhere on the grounds of the San Bernardino County Government Center, in downtown San Bernardino.

But that is all that has been determined in the two years since the deadly attack at the IRC that killed 14 people, of which 13 were employees of the county’s Environmental Health Services Division. The exact location at the Government Center has yet to be chosen for the memorial. Additionally, a design has yet to be proposed or an artist selected.

  • Two years after the Dec. 2, tragedy, small remnants remain of the memorial at the corner of Waterman Ave. & Orange Show Rd, for the victims of the Inland Regional Center mass shooting in San Bernardino, Ca., Thursday, November 30, 2017. (John Valenzuela/The Sun/SCNG)

  • Two years after the Dec. 2, tragedy, small remnants remain of the memorial at the corner of Waterman Ave. & Orange Show Rd, for the victims of the Inland Regional Center mass shooting in San Bernardino, Ca., Thursday, November 30, 2017. (John Valenzuela/The Sun/SCNG)

    Two years after the Dec. 2, tragedy, small remnants remain of the memorial at the corner of Waterman Ave. & Orange Show Rd, for the victims of the Inland Regional Center mass shooting in San Bernardino, Ca., Thursday, November 30, 2017. (John Valenzuela/The Sun/SCNG)

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